Alexander Schriebl had been in charge at FC Pinzgau Saalfelden since June 2022, taking over for Christian Ziege, guiding the Mountainous Pine Blues to six wins, five losses and one draw in this first twelve matches with the club, however the devastating 4-1 loss to seventh division 1. Oberalmer SV in fourth round of the SFV-Stiegl-Landescup was a difficult pill to swallow on top of recent form.
The early stage of the #Pinzgau23 campaign started with such promise with an opening day away win at SAK1914 and nine unanswered goals in the next matches against SC Golling and SV Grödig, but our away form, with four straight losses put the best defensive squad in a precarious position midway through the season with fourth place, the minimum goal for the fall program.
“Alex is an excellent coach, a hardworking and dedicated manager,” said Managing Director David Herman. “I honestly have no doubts about Alex’s ability and I’m sure he will succeed elsewhere, however the team’s form and performances over the last few weeks mean that we had no choice but to act as our ultimate goal this season is to remain in the third division. On behalf of everyone at Fan Owned Club, I would like thank Alexander for all his efforts during his time and wish him the very best for the future.”
FCPS can confirm that experienced coaches Maximilian Mariacher and Michael Pilko will prepare the team this week for Bischofshofen Sportklub 1933.